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Therapy Colorado, Psychedelic Therapy, Anxiety Therapy, Depression Therapy, PTSD treatment, Trauma Therapy, Nan Hebert


When you can approach your embodied wisdom with an embracive view, you give yourself an invitation: to unbridle and uncinch. To move forward into an authentic relationship with your true self.

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About Nan

Nan is a longtime student, practitioner, and teacher of contemplative practices, standing at the intersection of Eastern body and Western mind. Prior to setting down roots in Boulder, CO, Nan worked nationally and internationally with fortune 500 companies, and 1:1 with high-profile and celebrity clients; she continues to work with high achievers, entrepreneurs, athletes, and creatives. In addition to her private practice, she is currently serving on Faculty at Naropa University, teaching in the Somatic Counseling MA program.

As a residential faculty member at Esalen Institute, for almost a decade, Nan taught gestalt, yoga, bodywork, contemplative movement practices, and meditation. She had the opportunity to learn directly from and teach alongside pioneers in many different fields. She has spent two decades in study with indigenous medicine traditions, from India to native practices of South, Central and North America.


She has broad clinical experience and exceptional training in a variety of settings and modalities, including: community mental health, domestic violence counseling, college counseling, and private practice.  Nan’s training and experience has informed her development of a holistic, compassionate, body-based, empirically supported approach to assisting individuals with a wide range of backgrounds.


Nan practices psychotherapy with adults from her office in Boulder, CO and remotely via tele-therapy.

In other parts of her life, Nan enjoys spending time with her dog, dancing, curating playlists and learning to mix sound, excursions into nature, hot spring hunting, tending her garden, traveling, and finding the best cup of coffee in every town she visits.

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Together we will discover and unravel what is no longer serving you and weave that which does.

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Holistic Psychotherapy

Therapy that meets you where you are, all of you-and is crafted for your needs.

Feeling Stuck

Perhaps, you are highly successful and things seem amazing from the outside, but you harbor a secret frustration, are quietly holding a sense of boredom or apathy inside towards what was once invigorating and exciting. Together we can identify the inertia and use that weight to catalyze momentum and the transformation that comes from harnessing your energies and reclaiming your creativity.

Things have fallen apart

Or perhaps are falling apart... Grief, loss, big life changes, ending of a relationship...

Learning to be with the big feelings, the unknown,  and how to work with it all avails us to the gems, the growth, the renewal and the once unseen opportunities these times of devastation present. With a trusted witness and ally you can learn to be present in the midst of it all.

Everything is on fire

Maybe you are in crisis, or multiple conflating crisis. Maybe you are accustomed to over functioning and over performing, the fires just 'snuck up' on you. Together we can identify the fires, create actionable plans, and eventually come to understand how this point was arrived at and what choices can be made to manage or exhaust them.

Exploring depths

Maybe you are a deep thinker, a deep feeler, you like staring into the abyss hoping it will stare back. You take pleasure in existential questions, and nuanced experience and sensation of yourself in relation to the world within and without.  Perhaps you are in relationship with death and dying, coming to your terms with the inevitability of mortality. Together we can explore the edges and recesses of this terrain. 

These are just a few of the areas we might explore in therapy. Everyone needs something a little different.


what is therapy?

Psychotherapy takes so many different forms, and makes use of so many modalities- it is challenging to succinctly define. Individual therapy, is a consistent meeting between two people with the intent to learn and discover the client’s life and gain insight that might enable choice points so that the client can move into a more aware, empowered, fulfilling and meaningful life. 

how often? how long?

That depends. Often at the onset of the therapeutic relationship, it is most supportive to establish consistency, coming weekly for about six months. This allows for a strong container and the depths and fruits of therapy to reveal. Some people find that coming twice a month is supportive, even once monthly; and some find coming multiple times a week beneficial. It can also be the case that some people find that just a few sessions necessary and it gives them tools to work with and they move on applying them to their life. Some clients prefer a 50 minute session, and others an 80 minute session, each offers different benefit depending on need.

what do we discuss?

A primary component of therapy with me involves cultivation of a nuanced awareness, and a curious receptivity and trust in the present moment and what is arising. We will expand your capacity to recognize, invite and engage with all aspects of your experience and awareness, pleasant, neutral, and unpleasant. As a noble friend and ally in your journey of self-discovery I will support you in identifying patterns, bringing what is unconscious into awareness, and supporting you in having greater agency of choice so that change can happen if and as needed.

Generally, when it comes time to engage in therapy, an individual has collected a history all their own that can never entirely be known. It can be helpful to give context to the present by discussing the past and how it informs the present. The potency of therapy takes place in the present moment. That said, at times it can be important to discuss current circumstances, life changes, stressors. It can also be useful to explore metaphor and dream work in addition to the embodied information available in the present moment. The relational field and therapeutic container can be viewed as a laboratory of how you do you, here and now.

will I feel better?

At times, yes. At times, no. Ultimately through consistency of engagement, yes! 

Unfortunately, therapy is not a silver bullet and at times it will feel worse before it feels better. And through therapy you will learn that it is all information, and sensation, bringing all of you into presence- enabling you with the tools of self-regulation and the capacity to be with what is, whatever it is, as it arises.

how do I pay?

Psychotherapy is an investment in and commitment to your long-term health and well being. I utilize IvyPay, a HIPAA compliant app. You can connect checking, savings, credit card, or HSA to the app. As a licensed professional, I can supply a superbill for potential reimbursement from your insurance company's out-of-network option.


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Anaïs Nin

“We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another; unevenly. We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. The past, present, and future mingle and pull us backward, forward, or fix us in the present. We are made up of layers, cells, constellations.”

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